Yes, generally, you’ll need to file a nonresident state return if you made money from sources in a state you don’t live in. Some examples are:
- Wages or income you earned while working in that state;
- Out-of-state rental income, gambling winnings, or profits from property sales.
Here's where you enter Form W-2G (Certain Gambling Winnings) in TurboTax:
- Open your return in TurboTax, if you aren't already in it. (To do this, sign in to TurboTax and select the Take me to my return button.)
- In TurboTax, search for W2G (lower-case also works) and then select the "Jump to" link in the search results.
- Answer Yes on the Gambling Winnings screen and follow the onscreen instructions to enter your W-2G.
After you've finished entering all of your gambling winnings, we'll ask about any losses you may have had. Losses can be deducted up to the amount you reported winning, but only if you itemize.
To prepare an OR nonresident income tax return, click on How do I file a nonresident state return?